Question: Reno Revolvers Has An EPS Of $1.20, A Free Cash Flow Per Share Of $4.80, And A Price/free Cash Flow Ratio Of 10.0. What Is Its P/E Ratio? Do Not Round Intermediate Calculations. Round Your Answer To Two Decimal Places.

Reno Revolvers has an EPS of $1.20, a free cash flow per shareof $4.80, and a price/free cash flow ratio of 10.0. What is its P/Eratio? Do not round intermediate calculations. Round your answer totwo decimal places.

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